Wrapping For Inclusion

Donation totals for Wrapping For Inclusion were announced today. Through the hard work and dedication of many people, $41,014.64 was raised for the Bubel/Aiken Foundation.

Wrapping For Inclusion is a nationwide awareness and fundraising campaign in which volunteers throughout the United States wrap holiday packages. The donated funds are then sent to the foundation to help it reach its goal of Inclusion for All Children.

From Bubel/Aiken Foundation

From Bubel/Aiken Foundation

The Wrapping For Inclusion Program is a grassroots program that originated when fans of Clay Aiken wanted to help him raise money for his new foundation.

In the announcement of the money raised, the foundation said on it Web page:

“Thank you  for joining with us and helping us to raise awareness and funds in 2008! Remember it is never too early to start thinking of 2009!”


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  1. What an AMAZING amount!! Way to go everyone. It just shows you what can be achieved with a lot of teamwork!

    Clay Aiken should be so proud of his fans and we should all be too!

  2. Wonderful news!!! Clay has inspired his fans to help and so many children will benefit from their hard work.

  3. Not bad considering the state of the economy this year and how everyone is pinching pennies.

  4. Those that worked on this wonderful project should be commended. It will help bring about inclusion-that is a tremendous acheivement. Thanks to all for their hard work.

  5. WOW! That amount is amazing! Great job to all the volunteers! Making a difference is something Clay has taught us all to do!

  6. Such amazing numbers for WFI. Kudos to all who have worked so tirelessly on this endeavor!

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